The Next Time You Stay at a Starwood Hotel, You Won't Be Needing Room Keys [VIDEO]
Nov 04, 2014 12:24
The move to make your smartphone your room key is now widespread, but over at Starwood Hotels first, that is. The hotel chain is introducing a new app-powered, keyless-entry program. You'd better not lose your phone!
All you need to do is download the SPG key, and you are given a Bluetooth key to enable the keyless entry feature.
The feature will be available on November 5 at 10 Starwood Hotels around the world:
Aloft Beijing, Aloft Cancun, Aloft Cupertino, Aloft Harlem, W Doha, W Hollywood, W Hong Kong, W New York-Downtown, W Singapore and Element Times Square
They plan to make this available to 150 hotels by early 2015.
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